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wuqi256

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Mao San Wang aka A guide to durians

Mao sang Wang is well known marketing term for durian lovers and is well known for its texture as well as taste. Share your love for it here. :smile:
 

wuqi256

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Re: Mao San Wang aka A guide to durians

In a certain part of gelang path are lots of durian trees and if one is so inclined, one can even go there around 6am to pick up some during the durian season. There are actually places in Perling market that sells as well as one enroute to Sutera mall using the road from Nusa Bestari. Do choose to eat there if they have such tables as you can complain straightaway if the fruits are bad. Found a place that sells live chicken and fruits, near the Gelang path factories and industrial area
 

Narong Wongwan

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Pelangi there is a famous 'Bak Kut Teh' which supposedly all the mini celebrities frequent.....i have seen taiwanese 'big white shark' and local Tan Kim Lang eating there....but i dun fancy it as its the herbal version.
 

Ash007

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Lao pak sat hawker centre at Jalan Ah fook. Moved to a carpark in front of indian temple at night. Not sure still there or not. Opposite got a JB laksa shop, corner shop. across in of the alley way there is a wanton noddle shop. Not sure if all still exist to this day or not. I haven't to JB longer then I've been back to Johor. Oh there is a nice nasi lemak/otah place near Pelangi I think. Opposite some old abandoned mall. Any bro here still know if these food place still exist?
 

wuqi256

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I am not sure of this place but you can get babi hitam at Perling wet market at times. :wink:
 
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maxpark

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Re: Mao San Wang aka A guide to durians

I think I know which stall near Sutera Mall you referring to. Will check it next time there, thanks!
 

wuqi256

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Taman Sentosa there has alot of nice food e.g bak Kut Teh,Seafood...
Normally crowded during weekends
Near Sutera mall, there is one Bak Kut Teh near the Suan Bee Hotel, opens until 2am.
There is another bak kut teh behind this row, not bad too. The wanton mee also in the row behind(near Kingston hotel)
is delicious especially the fried wanton :smile:
 

checkers

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I tried out 2 Bak Kut Teh stalls . One is in a coffeeshop directly opposite KSL Mall. The Bak Kut is not tender enough though tastes ok. Not that cheap either. But the Pig Trotters is very well done and cheap :smile: Place is well patronised by locals.

Another one is the stall beside Old Town Coffee along Bestari. This one is better in taste and the soup is really peppery. About 9 RM per bowl.
 

red amoeba

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Re: Mao San Wang aka A guide to durians

i once thought 猫山王 was the creme of the crop for durians...until i tried another species - 金凤眼 or something like that...small seed, creamy...heavenly...

rare to find & more ex than 猫山王
 
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